DIED. ANNALENA TONELLI, 60, Italian aid worker who spent more than three decades helping sick Somalians; after being shot on the grounds of a 200-bed hospital that she founded; in Borama, Somalia. Tonelli was awarded the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees' top honor in April for her work combating tuberculosis, aids, malnutrition and female-genital mutilation. She lived simply, eating the same food as her patients. "I would never believe that my life is a sacrifice," she told the Washington Post in 1993. "It is an idea that makes me laugh ... I often felt that there was nobody on earth who...

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